19 Love Songs

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Text Publishing Company, Feb 4, 2020 - Young Adult Fiction - 320 pages
• Following the success of his novels Every Day and Someday, David Levithan brings us a collection of stories, essays and comics that explore the wonder and heartbreak of teenage love
19 Love Songs is a tribute to love in all its forms, born from Levithan’s tradition of writing a story for his friends each Valentine’s Day
• Hitting on pop culture touchpoints from Taylor Swift to When Harry Met Sally; from mixtapes to the Women’s March, David Levithan shows his knack for capturing the trials of teenagerdom
• Wide review coverage in broadsheet and tabloid newspapers across Australia and New Zealand, such as the Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Courier-Mail and NZ Herald
• Media coverage in youth focused magazines such as Teen Breathe, Girlfriend, Frankie
• Author profile to be featured in a magazine such as the Big Issue or weekend news supplement
• Wide distribution of early reading copies to the trade; strong social media campaign including a cover reveal; giveaways and promotion via Goodreads targeting readers of popular YA fiction; promotions at major library and teacher events such as the Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) and Victorian Association for the Teaching of English (VATE) conferences and via the Text education newsletter; teaching notes made available online.

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19 Love Songs

User Review  - Publishers Weekly

Levithan (Someday) celebrates different aspects of love through song, verse, graphic art, and stories in this collection of “tracks,” many previously published in other anthologies, written with ... Read full review

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About the author (2020)

David Levithan is an award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of young adult books, including Boy Meets Boy, Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist (with Rachel Cohn) and Will Grayson, Will Grayson (with John Green). He lives in New Jersey and spends his days in New York, editing and publishing other people’s books.

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